Judith & Dean
Heale Farm - Exmoor
We completely loved living off grid and the huge benefits this brings so as part of our vision for the future of the farm, we aim to move towards becoming more sustainable and environmentally friendly, working closely with Exmoor National Parks, local producers and the community, caring for nature and taking responsibility for what we do each and every moment.
Meet Bella and Sidney
Bella is our 8 year old Chocolate Lab, she just loves mooching around the farm and she adores water so muddy puddles, our stream or the beach she is a very happy girl. Sidney (Sid) is our 2 year old Weinerama x Visla and is also chocolate in colour. He has the most adorable character but of course living on Exmoor he just wants to run and jump so he has had a few scrapes in his short life.
Meet Shalinda and Roger
Shalinda is a Grey Arab Mare, she is 20 years old and she has been part of our family since she was 6 years old. She has the most amazing nature, very intelligent, an amazing listener a little stubborn, will not take any nonsense and will clearly let you know so we need to listen too! Roger is a Dark Bay Trekener x Thoroughbred, he is 20 year old and has been part of our family since he was 10 years old, he is a strong character, mischievous but very calm and gentle who takes life in his stride, hates flies and loves his creature comforts.
Meet the lambs
We are very excited and proud to own our own flock of sheep, bred by our wonderful friends and Vets from West Country Valais. Demi and Dotty are our Swiss Valais Blacknose twins, both so tiny when they were born, it was touch and go but they are now healthy and strong. William is our Swiss Valais Blacknose Wether, just a big cuddly lamb who is more puppy like than lamb, running towards us with his tail wagging, for food of course! Nettle is Valais Blacknose/Badger/ Dartmoor and has the thickest curly wool and true to her name always covered in nettle leaves. Willow and Bramble are Valais Blacknose/ Badger and both are a little shy but very sweet lambs.
Meet the chickens
The Cup Cups
Our chickens are around twenty weeks old and have just started laying eggs, we have 12 chickens and all different breeds. With just too many to name they are fondly known as the Cup Cups.
Perfect place to come and stay with access to lots of walking and so quiet. Comfortable beds, 2 bathrooms and wonderful views of the sunset from the sitting room on the first floor. Small enclosed private garden that was very useful for the dog.